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Secretary Blinken at the 2023 American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Summit

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  • June 4, 2023

    Addressing Irregular Migration

    Colombia, Panama, and the U.S. discussed joint efforts on border security and migratory challenges happening in the Darien.
  • June 4, 2023

    Unrest in Senegal

    The U.S. is troubled and saddened by the violence and damage we have witnessed in many parts of the country.
  • June 3, 2023

    Anniversary of Tiananmen Square

    The U.S. will continue advocating for people’s human rights and fundamental freedoms in China and around the world.

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Caribbean-American Heritage Month

There is no single Caribbean American identity. The mix of cultures, languages, and religions alive across the United States and the islands reflects the diversity of spirit that defines the American story. Meanwhile, our countries are bound by common values and a shared history — overcoming the yoke of colonialism, confronting the original sin of slavery, and charting new opportunities across borders and generations.

Discover more on ShareAmerica:

ShareAmerica is the U.S. Department of State’s platform for stories about America and the principles that underlie U.S. foreign policy.

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